I just swapped out my mainboard and now when I boot I get “EFI Hard Drive has been blocked by the current security policy” and it won’t access the boot device.
You have to disable secure boot in the bios by pressing F12 on startup. I guess you’re running a distro that does not use a recognized signature that is not among Microsoft/Ubuntu/Fedora… right ?
I’m running Pop_OS!
I can’t seem to enter the BIOS, whenever I try it puts me into some weird graphical Intel thing, but there’s a setting to disable secure boot checks and that gets me past it.
Maybe it has something to do with the fact I’ve encrypted the hard drive?
What key are you pressing? It should be either F2 or F10 (one is BIOS and one is boot selection, but I don’t remember which is which). I believe F12 is Intel vPro settings.
I’m hitting F2
Sounds like you’re in the BIOS. The never BIOS versions have a graphical UI.